Excess Casualty Insurance
Protecting your business is as important to us as it is to you—particularly when dealing with large losses beyond what your primary insurance can cover. Travelers provides an extra layer of protection with monoline umbrella and excess liability through our Travelers Excess Casualty unit. Dedicated underwriting, actuarial and claim teams leverage industry expertise and specialization to deliver a total cost of risk solution, providing peace of mind to our customers for their largest and most complex losses.
Excess Casualty and Commercial Umbrella
- Lead and excess coverage
- $25 million in capacity
- Ability to write admitted and non-admitted paper
- Ability to schedule media professional liability for printers, publishers and broadcasters
- Excess over personal umbrella coverage, aircraft, foreign and miscellaneous professional liability
- Most Favored Jurisdiction Endorsement, which provides admitted coverage for punitive damages
- Crisis Management Endorsement - optional endorsement that helps companies manage negative publicity associated with a crisis event covered under the policy
- Flexible self-insured retention (SIR) requirement
Who is this right for?
- A wide variety of manufacturers
- Building owners & landlords
- Hotels & motels
- Auto dealers
- Contractors (Practice and Wrap Up solutions)
- Grocery stores
- Department stores
- Financial institutions & insurance companies
- Risk purchasing groups
- Newspapers, broadcasters, publishers and other media companies
- Captive business
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